We’re pleased you’re interested in joining us at our sharing of Freefall, to see the development process so far. You can find out more about why this project is so important.
We are keen to share our current progress and gather your feedback for future development and consideration for booking us in to your venue or school in the Autumn of 2015. The format of the sharing events will be to see some of the production as it would be, and a talk-out workshop afterwards will enable you to find out more and provide feedback to influence the future of the show.
Below are the venue details and further information, you can also download an invite.
10th March 2015 – High Street Exhibition Gallery, New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich
Address: High Street Exhibition Gallery, High Street, IP1 3QH
Please note: The space is a few minutes walk in to town from the main theatre building. The entrance is next to Ipswich Museum. Do not go to the main theatre.
Time: 12pm to 1.30pm
Focus: This event will include the opportunity to meet some of the young carers informing the project in addition to the team onsite. It is an ideal opportunity for young people completing their Arts Award and looking for arts events to review or research.
21st March 2015 – Diss Youth & Community Centre, Part of DissFest’
Address: Diss Youth and Community Centre, Shelfanger Road, Diss, IP22 4EH
Time: 4.30pm to 6pm
Focus: This event is part of Diss Fest’, another project by Unit Twenty Three and an ideal opportunity for our Norfolk colleagues to come and see the project. It is also a Saturday and ideal for young people with an interest in the project.
How to book
It is completely free to join us for any sharing. However places are limited. So please email email@example.com with your name, email, contact number, organisation and number of places requested (we encourage you to bring a few young people if you can).
You can also book via the Diss Corn Hall, online, for the 21st March Sharing.
You can also try calling us on 01379 882200 to book.
What if I want to make a contribution to the project costs? Then please do! The best way is to visit our donations page.
What if I can’t make any date? Then please still contact us to be put on our list for future invites.
We are very grateful to our key funder, Arts Council England, in making this happen. They are joined by Unity Theatre Trust for a cash contribution to our development, New Wolsey Theatre for in-kind use of their spaces & Dance East for their in-kind and discounted contributions too.
We have additionally been supported by Arts North Norfolk (The Atrium) in North Walsham who have provided our main development space and in-kind space from Wells Way Pop-Up in London for development too.
Our work with Young Carers has been very generously supported in-kind by Crossroads East Anglia and the Arts Award Access Fund has enabled us to explore accrediting the young carers we’ve worked with.
Past Sharing details:
6th March 2015 – Jerwood Dance House, Dance East, Ipswich
Address: Jerwood Dance House, Foundry Ln, Ipswich, Suffolk IP4 1DW
Time: 12pm to 1.30pm
Focus: This event will include the opportunity to meet many of the creative professionals working on the project so is very much ideal for young people completing their Arts Award and looking for an arts inspiration or industry research.